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Steampunk City – Maya

Details are slightly sparse on this one apart from it was modelled and rendered in Maya and features a city designed around the ‘Steampunk’ theme. According to the wiki – Steampunk is a subgenre of fantasy and speculative fiction which came into prominence in the 1980s and early 1990s. The…

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Greeble a 3D City: Tutorial 1: Greeble Skyscraper

Greeble a 3D City: Tutorial 1: Greeble Skyscraper

Greebles became a core part of our ‘Fantasy Architecture City‘ a few years back – allowing details to be added to buildings quickly and easily. In a new series of posts we thought we would provide a walk through of how to quickly and easily create your own city using…

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Cities in the Crysis Sandbox Editor

Our city – built as part of the Fantasy Architecture project – is normally our first test point for importing into new engines. It provides a good test of the ability to cope with large cityscapes and real-time lighting etc. With our work using the Crysis Sandbox Editor ongoing in…

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SketchUp City

SketchUp is almost custom made for creating fantasy cityscapes and continuing our series of SketchUp Cities we feature a movie uploaded by shady110: We like its style, also nice to see the Bank of China crop up in the model – possibly one of our favourite buildings – see our…

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SketchUp – City of the Future

The third in a series of posts looking at user created cities in the freely available Google SketchUp software. Created by a user known as J-Wall the model is entitled ‘City of the Future’ The movie below is captured in real-time via SketchUp with ‘hidden line’ rendering: Music – IML…

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SketchUp Cities

The second in a series of posts looking at user created cities in the freely available Google SketchUp software. Created by a user known as RLgun the model is entitled ‘Paradise City’ – ‘A huge city created out of imagination, it has gas stations, fast food joints, an airport, skyscrapers,…

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SketchUp Futuristic/Fantasy/Modern Cities

SketchUp allows users from all walks of life the ability to build whatever they may wish and subsequently share the model with the world via the 3D Warehouse – a Google service that lets you search, share, and store 3D models. As such it opens up the way to the…

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Fantasy Architecture – SketchUp

A while ago we built a imaginary or fantasy city in 3D Studio Max – partly as a way of experimenting with the software and partly as a way to get around the rules implied of our Virtual London model of not being able to insert any politically sensitive buildings….

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Real Time Architectual Visualisation in Oblivion

We have built a city as part of our Fantasy Architecture project but until now we have not been able to visualise it in real-time. There are of course high end real-time engines available to architects but these often come at considerable cost. In a series of posts we have…

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